Chapter 02 - Systems Analysis & Design 7th Edition...

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7 th Edition Chapter 2
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2 Systems planning is the first of five phases in the systems development life cycle (SDLC) In this phase, you will learn how IT projects get started and how a systems analyst evaluates a proposed project and determines its feasibility Phase Description
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3 Chapter Objectives Explain the concept of a business case and how a business case affects an IT project Describe the strategic planning process and why it is important to the IT team Explain the purpose of a mission statement
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4 Chapter Objectives Describe the SDLC, and explain how it serves as a framework for systems development and business modeling Describe risks and risk management features List the reasons for information systems projects and the factors that affect such projects
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5 Chapter Objectives Explain the initial review of systems requests and the role of the systems review committee Define operational feasibility, technical feasibility, economic feasibility, and schedule feasibility Describe the steps in a preliminary investigation and the end product of an investigation
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6 Introduction The term business case refers to the reasons, or justification, for a proposal Systems development typically starts with a systems request, followed by a preliminary investigation, which includes a feasibility study
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7 Strategic Planning – A Framework for IT Systems Development Strategic planning is the process of identifying long-term organizational goals, strategies, and resources Strategic Planning Overview SWOT analysis
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8 Strategic Planning – A Framework for IT Systems Development From Strategic Plans to Business Results Mission statement Stakeholders Goals Objectives
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9 Strategic Planning – A Framework for IT Systems Development A Business Example Critical success factors Critical business issues Case for action
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10 Strategic Planning – A Framework for IT Systems Development The Role of the IT Department in Project Evaluation Management leadership and information technology are linked closely, and remarkable changes have occurred in both areas Today, systems development is much more team oriented Although team-oriented development is the norm, some companies see the role of the IT department as a gatekeeper
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11 Strategic Planning – A Framework for IT Systems Development The Future If you could look into the future, here is what you might see: New industries, products, and services emerging from amazing advances in information technology, customers who expect world-class IT support, a surge in Internet- based commerce, and a global business environment that is dynamic and incredibly challenging
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12 What Is a Business Case? Should be comprehensive, yet easy to
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